Your chemistry teacher probably had numerous safety rules for students. But similar protection protocols don’t always exist in the workplace.
When disaster strikes in the office, knee-jerk reactions rooted in blame and punishment aren’t good for anyone. Instead, produce a culture of workplace safety by analyzing all the factors in an incident and adopting a report-friendly process. After all, learning from mistakes can prevent future blunders.
In this article, Chris Cancialosi discusses why you need a culture of safety and describes how to produce and sustain this type of culture.
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